Postdoc and PhD in Cryptography – 9+ Positions

Last updated on October 26th, 2019 at 06:39 pm

PhD in Cryptography

Below are some of the latest Funded/Fully Funded positions for Postdoctoral research and PhD in Cryptography


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PhD Position F/M Secure compilation against side-channel attacks

University/Institute: INRIA France

Deadline: 31/08/2019


 PhD Studentship: On-chip single-photon sources for quantum information technology applications

University/Institute: University of Southampton

Deadline: 31/08/2019


Doctoral student in Networked Systems Security

University/Institute: KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Deadline: 21/08/2019


Postdoc / Research Fellow on Cyber-Physical System Security

Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), Singapore

The iTrust research centre for cybersecurity at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is seeking a post-doctoral research fellow in the domain of cyber-physical system security. This position focuses on the automated synthesis of defense and incident response in cyber-physical systems.

Candidates holding (or about to finish) a Ph.D. in Computer Science or related fields with expertise in formal modeling and data-driven models with a focus on security are welcome to apply. The candidates should also have a track record in conducting competitive research and publishing in top conferences. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

The project will be performed in collaboration with Prof. Eunsuk Kang from CMU. We will offer competitive salary package. You will enjoy high-quality living and very low income tax in Singapore as well as the excellent research environment in SUTD.

Contract duration: 2 years (can be extended)

Contact: Prof. Jianying Zhou ([email protected]
Last updated: August 5, 2019


Postdoc positions in cryptography and security

University/Institute: ETH

Deadline: Check link


Postdoctoral Researcher in Hardware Security

TalTech, Department of Computer System; Tallinn, Estonia

The new Hardware Security lab at TalTech (https://www.taltech.ee/en/), led by Prof. Samuel Pagliarini (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Samuel_Pagliarini), invites applications for a postdoctoral position. The lab will conduct research in the area of Hardware Security focusing on trustworthy integrated circuit (IC) design, electronic design automation (EDA) for secure systems, Hardware Trojans, reverse engineering, circuit obfuscation, crypto implementation in hardware and other related topics.Requirements: We are looking for motivated individuals with a strong background in circuit design. Having a PhD degree is mandatory for this position, but candidates close to the completion of a PhD are also encouraged to apply. Previous expertise on Hardware Security is desirable. The candidates are expected to have the following core skills: Ability to describe digital circuitry (preferably in Verilog), Ability to write C++/python scripts for building small EDA tools, Familiarity w/ Cadence tools for IC design (Genus, Innovus, Tempus, Virtuoso, etc.), Strong writing and communicating skills (English) that are compatible with an entry-level research position.

Other skills are considered a plus: Familiarity with EDA tools from other vendors (Calibre, ICC, DC, etc.), Hands-on experience with tapeouts of digital ICs, In-depth understanding of hardware/software boundaries and security implications, In-depth understanding of crypto algorithms and their hardware implementations, Publication(s) in topics related to IC design and security, Experience on writing grant proposals and managing research projects

Contact: Please submit your CV to Prof. Pagliarini by email ([email protected]) using the subject ‘Postdoc in Hardware Security’. Candidates with adequate backgrounds will be invited to interview over Skype. This position has an immediate start date. 

Last updated: August 5, 2019


PhD in Hardware Security

TalTech, Department of Computer System; Tallinn, Estonia

The new Hardware Security lab at TalTech (https://www.taltech.ee/en/), led by Prof. Samuel Pagliarini (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Samuel_Pagliarini), invites applications for several fully-funded PhD positions. The lab will conduct research in the area of Hardware Security, focusing on trustworthy integrated circuit (IC) design, electronic design automation (EDA) for secure systems, Hardware Trojans, reverse engineering, circuit obfuscation, crypto implementation in hardware and other similar topics.

Contact: Please submit your CV and transcripts to Prof. Pagliarini by email ([email protected]) using the subject ‘PhD in Hardware Security’. Candidates with adequate backgrounds will be invited to interview over Skype.

Last updated: August 1, 2019


Postdoc / Research Fellow on IoT Security

Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), Singapore

The iTrust research centre for cybersecurity at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is seeking a post-doctoral research fellow in the domain of IoT security. The topics of the project include: * Extension and improvement of a high-Interaction IoT honeypot hosted at iTrust. * Threat analytics for attacks against IoT devices on the wild. * IoT malware analysis. * Integration with other IoT honeypots worldwide. Candidates holding (or about to finish) a Ph.D. in Computer Science or related disciplines, with publications in cybersecurity, embedded systems security and/or analytics, are welcome to apply by sending their CV to: Prof. Jianying Zhou The project will be performed in collaboration with the Global Cybersecurity Alliance (GCA) and Cyxtera Technologies. Contract duration: 2 years We will offer competitive salary package. You will enjoy very low income tax in Singapore and excellent research environment in SUTD.

Contact: Prof. Jianying Zhou
Last updated: July 27, 2019


Ph.D. student in Cybersecurity (Security and Privacy Using Machine Learning / Blockchain)

The University of Sheffield, Department of Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at University of Sheffield is seeking a highly-motivated PhD candidate to work in one of the following areas of cybersecurity: (i) Machine learning/deep learning for enhancing security in physically unclonable functions; (ii) Blockchain-based energy trading platform security; (iii) Privacy enhancing technologies with deep learning for tackling real-world security problems.
The candidate should ideally have background in machine learning and information security and be able to address theoretical and practical aspects as needed. The candidate will work with Dr Prosanta Gope in the Security of Advanced Systems group within the Department of Computer Science.
The candidate should have background in both machine learning and information security. He/She should like conceptual, rigorous thinking for working theoretically, and also be interested in building concrete systems for working practically. A stipendiary studentship is available. This covers fees at the EU/home rate as well as a student stipend for three and a half years.
The studentship is available from September 2019. The candidates should have an M.Sc./B.Sc. degree or equivalent in Computer Science/Computer Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Applied Mathematics/IT Security. If English is not your first language, you must have an IELTS score of 6.5 overall, with no less than 6.0 in each component.
How to Apply To apply for the studentship: Applicants need to apply directly to the University of Sheffield using the online application system. Please name Dr Prosanta Gope as your proposed supervisor. Complete an application for admission to the standard Computer Science PhD programme via the below link. Applications should include a CV, statement of purpose, transcripts, and contact information of at least two references.

Contact: Contact: Dr. Prosanta Gope Lecturer in Cybersecurity The University of Sheffield, Department of Computer Science Email: [email protected] 

Last updated: July 27, 2019


Post-Doc

University of Luxembourg

The Applied Crypto Group of the University of Luxembourg is offering multiple post-doc positions in cryptography, funded by the H2020 ERC programme. Possible topics of interests are fully homomorphic encryption, multilinear maps, public-key cryptanalysis, side-channel attacks and countermeasures, and blockchain applications. We offer a competitive salary (about 60,000 euro/year gros). The duration of the position is 2.5 years.

Contact: Jean-Sebastien Coron – jean-sebastien.coron at uni dot lu

Last updated: July 22, 2019


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